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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 2.. 1900.
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Barr's are Re !"C v..i isotne line- of new
roods for t!e Kill " ! Winter of U. Kvery
department hi it, i '- . ;t aordinary erTorts
to prepare f..r ;.. I .-, --i s-on in the liU
tory of lla!'' I. r se- tion is advised.
RICH KIN, BUT NO FOOD.
Descendants of Wealthy Old Fam
ily Found Almost Starved.
Sew York. Sept. 2. Althoush a descend
ant of th Wyckoffs anil Van Brunts of
Kings County and Jcln to some of .'Irook
lyn's jul.'lionalre. Van Brunt Wjckoff. his
wife and h!x children arc to-day practically
pauper, without h home or morn j su:li
cient to purchase common food. After 11
infi for a month with a family almost h
jioor ai themselves. Jim WyckofT ani her
baby, 3 months old. are lieim; rated for
now in t!i Klatbusli Avenue Hospital. The
other Ave- children are in the care of the
Children's Society. while the hucluind and
father lis beliif; lu-keil after by Nelson Wil
bur of Hath Hcaih, who will try and obtain
ivork for him.
Several members of the families of the
Wyckoffs and Van Brunt are milllonalr.-a
as a. result of huge grants of land made
by the Dutch CoJonlal (.loVerntnent of the
New Netherlands. Thj crants included
tract in old Brooklyn. Graveseml and
elsewhere in Kings Count; . The promi
nence of the Van Brunts and Wyckoffs In
Brooklyn au&ed streets to tie named alter
them, and 'heir real estate poeiUns at
one time were so numerous that most of
the descendants tnlRht be millionaires to
day had all the property been retained In
Van Brunt WyckofT Is 4C, years old. and
his wife. Theresa. ) tears old. The chil
dren ranee from 13 years to 5 month.". The.
father, until tfn davs aso. was employed
as driver nf an ice wason. He lived in
a raodett Utile house at Kighteenth avraiw
and Cropey avenue. When the month's
rent. s. I''ame due. two days after Wyck
off Irir hli job. he was unable to pay the
landlord and Has evicted. Mrs. Kldtl. a
neight-or. with little too much for her fam-i-y,
Ra-5 th Wyckoffs shelter until Molina-.,
when It became Impossible for her to
harbor them Ihiiij.t.
rather, mother and the six little children,
late on Monday nleht. were found by l'o
licemau tlenrv ' ' unm-ll in a lot In
liishteettth avenue The hIMren were cry.
inc with hunger The fpimlv had not tai-ted
food in thirty-six h.ur-. They were taken
to the Nineteenth Avenue I'ollce Station,
where Wickoff toidhis itor.i .
MR. SPRAGUE SAYS
Apl IhimplInK ivason opens Monday.
Septemb-r 2i. at he Delicatessen l.unch
The ScImilKlrri Alloirnnrr.
Plieei and gloves are important items to
rvery schoolgirl, not ti mention ribbons.
They may be made to coxt a jtoml deal of
Jfioiey. but if care le In ken in choosing them
rhero is no reason w hy they should be eo
expensive, it Is never too soon for a girl to
tnew how to mauatre her own spending
money. One of the best things is to have
her bcftin with an allowance for these same
nrtlclra. In wearim? rlbbor.3 around the
throat and waist, as is now the fashion,
of courts a jxood diiil of material can be
done away with, especially if .t girl is at
1 1' careless; but If she has to buy her own
nblOns sh will soon learn l be a little
more careful and to buy judiciously, five
dollars a month is a liberal allowance for
gloves and riblions. and een shoos can,
with economy, be tioiight out of this, al
though sho"s are now expensive. It is :nt
l'ev'eisary to buy shoes every month, so
tome months there will bo left $Ti for cloves
and ribbons alone. Half that Mtin has been
found possible for a girl to set along with
and look well, and at the same time she is
learning habits of economy.
The clo-es for velmol wear should be of
the heavy gray Suede or chamois, or castor
kid. The latter Is stronger than the former,
nnd there are woolen gloves that look imte
emart enouRh, unless a cirl lives in a. city
where she Is required to diess more elab
orately. Wearing white kid gloves with
dark cloth stilts Is an absurd fashion for
any jrirl. and ought not to be attempted
by one who has to be at all economical.
Harper' 8 Bazar.
Catarrh X AIttjo Ijiicnled
Tn icnw mucous membrane aturrh Is a
flabby condition of the blood vessels uf
these mecihranfs. 1'er-na give? tone to
thesfl vessels nnd restores tliem to their
you CAN RELY ON
It ! th favorilo whererer In
tri3iu. d. No fclcuit rail!
with It la aver loat tt (a pure.
healthful and In aold at Xht
popular yrtce of
IS CENTS TOR A POUND CAN.
BOXES, p year,
II II. v.;u.M2it,
Pnrrti-iii; -sienibe"i.f tte late firm of
RMmiEIlS &. t.(iOM;it. I'rrsiilpnt.
1127 OLIVE STREET.
Tela., Slain i-'SIO; t"l."5. St. I.nts, Mo.
DAY AMJ MMIIT SUKVICK.
Mr. H. II. Wagoner, administrator f the e.
Ute of th late Him of S-T.llh. r & Wsonar.
!I1 -tU all claims jrtainli:K to iaM pArtntr
thtD cstata at tbetr old oJSoe. 1" Ollva at
BtSCHOrr On FHJiv. September Si. L). at
II o'clock p. in., li.nrj- J. liiavhafr. belmed hu
tand of Hizakxth Illn-holT nee jsehrader). nM
oar dear father, afler a linrerins illne. at the
ap of C ear.
The funeral will take rlacn on Jtnmlaj-. Sen
tmlT rt. at 2 o'clock p. ni-. from family r s
Idnce. No. 'Jtll Caee aitnue. In the Missouri
. DeceaM-il was a member of Itaska Iodse. No.
. A. F & A. M..: St- Ils 1'I.ittdeutclie Club,
fccclal Turnerein ami Bur.dewtior.
lAMPEItT On Ttiurstay. September , f
8 o'clock p. m.. JSre. Kflaer lampert. aged
4 years. . .
Funeral fiom her late re.-lder.ee. No. :Mi 1'lne
atreet. Handay. Septomter SJ. at 9:33 ni
Ilea? onJt Cowers.
. New York and Detroit, lilch.. rPrs P'a'
.TOML.INSON--On Friday, September M. 19. at
P. m.. at San Antonio. Tex.. O-orfia J. Tem-
Krscn (T, . nurk. i, t!ove.i wife " J. J Tn
huoo. muter mechanic Jiejlcan N"Jtern UA, -r,
and sister of ilr. and Mrs. It 8. Marshall.
St. Lr,ul.. IP.
Funeral at ber home in San Antonio, Tex., Sun
day. Mobile. Ala . papers nleaso n"t.
For other Death Aiiticea, ce I'acc
"to lart One.
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TAKE FAiR STOCK.
Coiuniiuees of World's Fair Work
era Able to Set at Kest
PREPARATIONS FOR CANVASS.
.Messrs. Francis and Thompson Kx
peeted Home Tti-.Morrow Ar
kansas and Oregon Arc
Lending. Their Aid.
One of the jioints that have leen raised
very often about the World's Fair enter
prise is whether corporations have the
rifjht to sutKciihe to stuck In the Fair.
In many cases where corporations have
wished to aid the Fair the subscriptions
h.ne been made, in the name of some ono
or more of the principal stockholders. The
question is now satisfactorily answered by
a quotation from the act of the State ljeRis
lature whih authorized the Fair.
lUports fom the World's Fair headquar
ters indicate a promi-dmr condition of nf
faiis. on- of the most favorable indications
being tlte interest taken in the Fair by
Stales of tlio Louisiana l'urchnse.
In the htsl week letters were received
from Oregon City. Ore.. In which sunqcs
tiorw for th Fair were offered, while the
work done by the citizens of Arkansas has
lieen especially noteworthy.
The success of the final canvass 1? con
fidently looked for among the members nf
the committee who have returned to bul
nets ahead or their colleague?. Jovmor
Francis and William II. Thompson, clair
men of the two most active committers.
are cxiiectetl home to-morrow.
Mr. Thompson has been In constant com
munication with the ollice. and has not
overlooked the urgency of completing the
popular subscription. Ilia wishes and
sugRestions in the matter of mapping out
c tails in order to save time have been
cutefiilly attended to. and. if piaclicable,
there will be a confennce to-morrow at
which plans will le made for ::n immeiliato
nu-etiiur of the Finance Cotr.mitt'-e. with a
view or closing nji the work before the
Volunteer for Can islnc
In the last week volunteers without num
ber signified their williiiKness and un-iet
to liear their elutre of the burden, and it
1b expected tint the tlrst Mep taken will
l to swine promises in tvrulni; frcm a.
large number of volunteers and wutkers
to uevoto at least inree or ijur i.mns a'j
to the work until completed. Some very
laine subscriptions are lHiked for imrtieAh
alelv irom rorimratluns. and In connection
witli then- silbscriplion an important le--al
jioint will be explained by the group
. chairmen and their assistants.
i Th impression has prevailed in se.vral
I quarters that It is illegal for a corporation
to sub.-crlbe lo stock In any other curiwra
i tion. and so careful have aomc subscribers
I been that thev have made their subscrip
tion In the name of prominent ollleers In
stead of over their certiorate seal. This
dllllculiv was foreseen when the 1-efisU-ture
asked to pas an aft authorizing
the formation of corporations lor the iur-i.-
of inaiicurntinc an.l holdlnp natlmal.
international, or world's fairs. The net
which was passed at the last session au
thorizes the formation of companlw for
tht- purpose, with capital stock not to ex
ceed $3.u"'M, and its concluding clause
fueetion iz& reads "Anv corporation now
. or hereafter dolng.business In this State is
j brreby authorized and empowered by voto
I of a majority of its Board of Directors to
suliscribe to the stock of any company or
' ganlzed under the pro-Ions of this article,
whenever in the judgment of such Board of
Directors It is to the interest of the cor
poration to do so."
This section legalizes all sulwcriptions
made by duly qualified ollleers of oorr.ra.
tions and disposes of an argument which
lias been advanced In stveral cases against
signing. Another clause in this enabling
act, which has also been largely lost :dght
ci. Is of great Importance as tending to pre
vent any ie.tible combination on the Kitt
of holders of valuable idtes to secure ex
travagant prices from the World's Fair
corpoi.ttion. Section 1532 gives companies
formed under tho act the right to condemn
hinds or other property, or any Interest
Unrein, for any u.-c within the s ope of
the organization. The l.ogl-dation Commit
tee, or which Mr. i'led Uhnmnn is chair
man, and the Legal Committee, of which
Mr. James 1 Blair is chairman, have both
given must careful att. ntlon to the legal
phages of the movenn nt. and It Is bv
lhved that nothlin, has lievii overloskrd
i In the way or precautionary details. At
the present time the i-"eal Committee U
carefully considering Important sugges
tion submitteii to It. looking to tho sect-ring
of good stretts prior to irK. without unduly
Diiraemng proptriy noiuers or others.
Ilsaiuple of oiii' Corpontttoii.
I'nnhdence in iln- miccci-s of the move
ment has !tn d monsiiated in a variety
of way;'. Ons large manufacturing rou
ha." Ju. got out a new mil exix nive cuta
bgue, which jt calls it.s "World's Fair Cata
logue," explaining that the object is to
have all references to the catalogue so
marked for the next two yar. .Much fa
vorable comment was caused hy the ac
tion of another largo manufacturing ee-t-.lllshment
in allowing Its force su!li?ieut
tiiin- to n-glster In a holy and to enablo
them to carry to tho City Hull a banner
announcing that they were legisttrlng In
ordi r to qualify themselves to vote fot the
World's Fair amendments. The committees
have appealed to other manufacturers .'ill
emplo.Mrs of labor to follow this .ixampie,
le ll vmg that the influence would be cx
f odlngly aluable.
He. retarv Cox rccci,l last week from
r.m complete catalogues nf the Aiiieilcaii
i l.ibilors. and It is proposed b ojwn lip
mmunications with all of thoe at once.
Tho number H veiy large, and in itself will
f.irm ;t nucleus for a very Sine bndv of home
exhibitors. The question has been ralw d
from time to time as to whether Oregon was
? ally a part of th- Louisiana 1'urchase.
.e.i several books have been written to
pmve both, that it was and that it was
r.at In Oregon no tnich doubt exists. A
communication received yesterday Irom
Oregon City furnishes considerable Infor
mation of value, and suggests that one
fia'ure of the imposition should b. a
, permanent historical building, containing
evi ryimng oiii'tinaiila oi Historic Interest.
' The letter concludes with this fentence,
' You know that Oregon and nil the Ncrth-
w M fcl a personal Interest In the success
of this historical celebration that so clcsuly
I concerns their own past."
No Mate within the Purchase has
show-r more determined effort on behalf of
the World's Fair than Arkansas. Its real
estate agents have held meetings in dif
ferent parts of the State to puh matters
and to create a sentiment in favor of a lib
eral appropriation by the legislature for
an Arkansas State exhibit. Kaeh of the
ib legation-s to Washington has l-een aid-d
by prominent Arkansas Itlzens, whoso
work at tho national capital was conspic
uously able. A visit early next month to
St. Loui of about seventy-five inenitx rs
of the Arkansas I'ress As-nciation i large
ly in furtherance of this enthusiasm on be
hair of the World's Fair. The local com
mittees, in conjunction with the Business
Men s Iveagiie. are in communication wi'h
the president of the as'o -t.itlon. and will
provide suitable entertainment for them
while they are the guests of St. I.out.
T1HIV INTO f!Al,Vi:STON
Via M.. IC. .V T. It.
llegular service Is resumed.
The fireplace, as we all know, must bo
the center of Interest in a room, represent
ing, aa it docs, the gathering place for a
family. The mantel is part of the fireplace,
and generally gives the keynote to the
room. When it is architecturally good, as
in this iiustancc. It must be treated villi
more or less formality. The ornaments
which go on It should be those which m
tlu mselves -are Interesting, on which the
eve can rest with satisfaction when it trav
els up from the blaze beneath. Little gew
gaws and knickknacks have no place on
IL Hignitv. simplicity, anil reserve must,
together with the beautiful, be suggested
in every detail.
When a mantel shelf Is low. low enough
to support an elbow, and when It comes
over a -rate, -.It can ofttn be tieaud In a
much more Informal manner, and bo made
to enter Into the chilly life of tho house
holder, as it were Harper's Ilaznr.
timixs l.vro i:ai.mto
Via .11.. K. fc T. Hy.
.Regular .service is resumed.
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IPRICiSS: 15 -
MATS. SUMOA"V. TmjRSO"V, SATURDAY.
THE WEEK'S STAGE.
Bills Now in Prospect Are Here
(Ir ndilitiiniill llei leer nnd Colp
sec flit Mtimiiiir.l
eme.ii .lll le In .ii.lin..- -it Hie dlinipk this
wcrk. li-Sllililli U!i the ;frf'n manee tii-iuornin-rht.
when IMnlel rr-lunan's St'iek Ceinp.iry
wdl ar.nar 111 "JTie JUneuitr" ef Jan-." Thi
Plav will 1 ulen th- firet half ef the wefk,
"llie .Mnlmssailur" bavins a s-lnele itfertnan.
Ti.unslav night an4 "Wheel WUhm Wheels"
piling- out the ensag'ment. Tliefe iilay- are new
tu Ht. Uiuls audiences. The roniMliy Id C"m
lcd of thirty-two persona and is diclarcd tol-"
trorcer now Hun at any tlne In the fourteen
vn.r ef Its existence. Gnrscous gov ns are to In
tin. It Is said.
yuo Vadls" coraes to the 01mplc nxt r.-ek.
Th .r-on.l neck ef the rreaent traaon at th-
cViitury Theater will fee tile return nf the mu
tual cninody. "A Konaway Olrl The tnanaRe.
r.unt announces that th inm- and wtuuifs
fer Ibis pr'nlueti'in are nev wnd that the .aft is
tatnglhened airs Ijj-1 year. The important lorn
edv rile, the part Z Fhtiper. i, assumed this
n.jnia liy Mr. Arthur Dunn. Miss Celese W)iin
plaja Winifred Orey.
relloicnjr "A ItunanTtv GirL" Mr. Chauneey
ik"tt will appear Ht the pictty Ohio Btret
Visiters to Ft. lyiuls !n Fair Week will hive an
i'pl-1 riuulty te visit the LVlcoti. As aa epenli.g
to the leeal m.i.l al reason the management has
rrranpl for a stile of ten isieeerts and recitals
I on the neat organ, under the ihrctltni of Pro-
i fiftr Alfled 11. Itiibyn, who trill tie osd'teil fry
I hv-al tahnt. Tho Jiret concert will be given or
Suintay eftirnoon. Settemlr 30. and there will
te lonisrts on M'nda. Vshies4a , Thurs.U.
Friday and Ssluriay cvenlr.g and afternoon n
,ii:, on Tuf?dav. Wednesday and SHturds. the
Wilis eoneluding with an aflereoen .teert on
Fiiuiay. oioeer 7. The tiregramme will tsK.ti
ular in character and the price of admission alsv
en the popular order. It li the Intention of the
ti'.rT.igtni nt to make the Odeon the home f
tm-Htc In s-t, Liulii. and if the mtIcs of etmerts
sLon mentiom 1 aiet ts with favor others will be
cicn ttruUKhuut tho winter.
Th bill at the Columbia chances to-morrow
Fifteen new acts will r.plaie tlios en vl-w In
th- last en ilajs. Thr Hars if the ntw jr.
! rreicdtien ale the four Co-hans. They will pre
: heni a lhlrty-fie-nilnut lane called ' Money
( ti Hum" Voro ant Adaius and Zene. Carl it-d
.na naie kqivi piai i s oa tee prcgrammi. Tne
OMmrli (.m-irtit will . rter a musical comedy on
tn- milltaiy order. Ulhers en thu iiregramme are
Maii'to I'uancll and Atthur Ariull, Talk- and
yena.n. 2:.imza and Arno. Jitm Kernell, KranW
and Lillian sr-mth, the IKri;e Hisvr?, Amaro,
Mauley and Itns- and Rob Ilran.gan.
"The Crct Kuby." a play btought to this
country by the lte Auipltui Paly, will bi the
opening attraction at the Imperial for th- mati
nee to day. While an LRgLsh mrl.Khaina, ths
plav its-If Is conelstirit In dramatic development
nnd coherent tn ftory. Many ol th- ,otumer,
uTiiforms. ilraH.rii-s and s tilrgs will b- the ramo
as those iimsI in the original prrsluetion in Ntw
Yerk. where the play ran for lie nights. M.ss
Orae- Scott, known to t. I?uls the-iter-go-rs,
is one ..f the ivmpiny. and MlFs Muude Udell Is
tho haling lady.
With the mitlnee to-dzy at the Orard Orera
houso Manage, iart.n will present "At llney
KidB-." one of the pretty comedy dramas ef
last seison. The leading role will te taken by
the author. Mr. David lliKgins, assisted by Ml.s
lleorula. Wallron and others ft the old company,
s-nery for the play is urrangrd from pietuies
taken in Ihs lilst Tennee-e mountains la the
'Sucerlsi." sr-'taeular pantonine, will h- ths
Fair Week attraetien at the Orand Op-ra-Vm-.
Tie llanlnu Hioth'rs have introduced h nuni'ier
of new -fleet a.
"A Ib.rii -pun Heart." n melfHirama, e.IU li
feea at lla tin's this week, he-lnntnt with th
tii.itlneu lit-d-i;-. M'-stery and conspiracy stalk
tl.rciuth the story of the play In quit- enhn.l. x
fashion, and comedy lias its turn. Live chiukenj
will have plae-s en the stage. The l-ailing wom
an la Mls Lillian Harris, who wi;s a member
of tli". Crand Opera-hou-e stork company a
couple of years iiuo.
For the matinee of Sunday. Feptembar 39. Hav
Iln's will pr-"ent "The World." on- of the old
IJurl-s-tue nnd vnudevllls srlll hold the Mag- at
the Mandatd this 'seek as usual. Fd K. Iturh'.s
Iionton Iturhisiuers will t- the priaclpsl :n-t-rtainers.
"Tli- llem-ly Twlrs." by Joe II.
tlaP- ot"-ns the ts-rformance. and there are nu
merous vaudeville numbem. Th evening will
clora with a farre. "A Jamboree," th- s-ene of
tdlfli Is laia -n tho Midway at ths Fans Ex
prsitlon. Fur Fair Week th- Standard will rresent ths
V.cod Mills Hish Hollers.
Colonel llopkini's vaii'IeepiA entertainment at
Vi sic IU1! eonti.iu-., to please Uxpofhlon t-a-trens.
The trjlncd animal, which have lieen th
feattir- of th- p. tt week, have elleitid much ln-t-rtst
TRICKY PAIR OF BOYS.
Youns-stri'S Tell :i IMoiirnfiil Story
nnd Fool Iviud Peonlf.
New York, isept. 2C. Two small and dirty
Ikivs rang the bell of No. 21 Irvine; place last
Monday night, and Mrs. Mary WilFon came
to the door to look them over.
"We ain't got no mother nor father," said
one of the boys, sobbing, "and we ain't had
nothln' to seat for a lonrj time:"
"Yes, we're hungry: We're twins!"
sobbed the other.
Mrs. Wllsqn was glad to be of service to
llie youngsters, tjhe expressed her sorrow,
and. after having introduced them to the
bathroom, she gave them a dainty little
suppee. After telling the kind Mrs. Wilson
a long stor of their troubles which were
of the Galveston hurricane order the bop
were put to bed Yesterday Mrs. Wllscn in
formed the Gerry Society that she had two
homeless boys. Tom Moore, one of tho
Gerry agents, found the "twins" still abed,
lie lecognized the pair at once.
"Tliem ain't no more twins than T be.
Missus." said the Gerry man. "Them's
fake twins. 1 know 'em!" The agent threw
back tho sheets, dragged both lads out and
made them dress. When they taw him they
laughed nnd admitted to Mr?. Wilson tiiat
thiy hud imposed on her. Tho good woman
said t-ho had never lief ore xperienced such
small specimens of depravity.
The boys proved to be Arthur Massey, 10
years old. and "Toninlc" McGrath, 13 years
old. of No. 13) Seventh avenue, two well
known Incorrlglbles. They had worked the
"twin" game scores of times and had spent
mopt of tho -summer about the seaside re
sorts, where impressionable people, gave
.llosf All Car Lines in the
City Pass the Hoar.
W Xfeht Prices: 15, 25, 35, 50c.
irt Inti-rt t: tb rtani ng ("!m.-.Te
tacuiar Kevirai for I ilr Week. N.,dal Sat. lVtilarsiljr.
CTfJfiJ? Oft Plrectionof
OlUUtV UUi, im
eEtria s n n
a' lmton am. Vrw Yrft 'iccrfi TONS OF
Lct ISpfuro Attcmpt"il in i.uu.. SCENERY-
AX&XT THE PLAY.
"Of ih- ntATt r lMl-am.i5 whi h kv
f-.ni 'ri' i- tin, " rt'n in this city
i'h .i--i iMty n . ! .vnrrliv ra:lI
it. - i -. ' ---w ' tk W "'ttl
f h.- nii'ltn- .i,.;lauii. tb balloon
t.n- to th- .'hrt"- v V. I"nlnx Io-t
"1 h riur'it-it'Ui (iKlit In thp anllnc
!.;tlT- -n i I'v l,ir th nvvt t-rTiW art!
thrll!lrr s:ac- fTrt th.it ir.eeher.lrMl inse-
nulty ha t t!-i.eel." New York Trlbii"-.
"The jErat laiirtrn (irn? wa tne faturj
.if thi iilav. It wnf ftar:ltn. ri..tlc. ani
nm.ja a t .pnat.nn. N. Y. floral!
"Si.r -if ftir-F Tb' bnlloon wn was
.1 thrill. iv rpi'so-ip-. Nfiv York Times.
25 - 35 - 50c.
t! em money and shelter. .Magistrate Olm
st.'d -i-nt the boys to the (i. rrv Society
in. til i.-iiMrr..w. wren he will have them In
X irkulle Court. Tin Ir parents also will
In sci ii. and an i ffort made to give the bovs
l Tier . are Thiv or. evreptlonally bright
ai'd would pas.- anywhere lor twins.
WOMEN WIN ANJLECTION.
Gentler Sex Uet Hijr Appropriation
for si ScIiool-IIouse.
ni:i'Uin.ic.spi:i 7 at..
Weihawkeii. N. J., Kept. 2. An arproprla
tiou of Ti!'0 for a school Is no small mat
ter for a municipality like Weehawken,
and the question wrought up tho residents
tu an unwonted state of excitement The
residents of tho park section were heartily
In favor of It. hut the other sections of the
town were opposed to such a costly struc
ture: an J It looked as it the proposition
would be defeated when the women, who,
under the law. are entitled to vote, decided
to take a hand In the fight.
The women of lllgiiwnod Park organized
a Women's Cithpn's Committee Saturday
night to provide carriages to convey votcis
to and from the polls. This action was In
line with that followd a ear ago. when
the $1M apprnprl itlon fur the let was
voted upon. The women voted that day
and they ikle.md tho men, who wtre op
posed to tho plan.
The Interest awakened In the voting that
day caused tho people to start a movormnt
for the erection of a building, and it was
only a comparatively short time Ik fore the
Hoard of lalu niton noiHiintcd a committee
to look Into th" umtttr of high schools. A.
building lo cost alemt J-'ul.tn-i was at first
thought to be about light. The commltteo
insiiecled many buibilng. traveled through
New Jersey, vi-ibsl towns in New York and
finally wt nt on a trip to CoimisMicut and
M-issa-husi its. When the committeemen
returned home and conipal.d potts. It was
tho general opinion that the high school
building just completed at Glen ltidge, N.
J., was the kii.d ip-sied. to meet the de
mands of Weehawken.
The women cstrday turned out almost
to the last one. with the result that tho
proposition, despite opposition, went through
with a majority In Us favor of nearly .)
votes In a total of -Ij.
IJnikfinan ..omul 't His Leg, Cut
Oil by Train.
iinprnur sii:ci vu
Tort Jervis, N. V.. Sept. 21. If ever a man
deserved to live. It Is William L. Katon, an
Krle trainman, of Matamoras, Pa.
Ho was brakeman on an cstia taatbound
freight train near Ilamseys when a sud
den lurch of tho train threw him from the
top of the car on which he Mood. Tho
wheeU passed ovei his right leg. severing
It just above the ankle, and lacerated his
left loot The train went on. tho cruw
poi konwing of the rtcc!dent.
l-'or a luoniint Katon lay stunned. llo
felt no pain irom the severed lg. Hut
casually putting down his hand he realized
that an artery had been severed, and that
he was biccding to death.
To draw his big bandanna handkerchief
was the work of an Instant. Ill- toro It
Into shreds, and binding the ttrands about
the stump from which the blood was spurt
ing, wound his big Jackknlfe In It and
twlstinc. It stopped the How of blood. It
made a perfect tourniquet.
Katon crawled about and picked tip tho
means of building a mall tire, and with
this lo keep him warm, he sat In the client
night and waited until he saw the head
light or Conductor Cassidy's freight train,
wii.n he sigrjallod It lo stop.
The nervy tralimau was taken to. Jersey
city, where tin- i,- was amputated higher
up. The surgeons sav ho will lle. that ho
Is not made of the dying btuff.
Heroic Jhs. Itrown Did This and
Illvcrhead. U 1.. .Sept. 22 After attesting
litr courage hy killing a big black snake
yerterd.iy, Mrs. Kverett Drown showed her
womanhood by promptly fainting.
The snake measured nearly six feet In
length. It crawled Into Mrs. lironn's kitch
en, where her chlllren wero at play. Their
cries of terror brought her to tho scene.
Sho found the reptile gliding between tho
legs of the baby, who, too frightened lo
move, stood still In the middle of the floor.
With great presence of mind. .Mrs. Itrown
walked slowly to tho stove, where a kettle
of water was boiling, and poured the scald
ing fluid over the snake. It died almost im.
mediately. Then Mrs. Itrown lost conscious,
ness. I'o-d.iv her friends aru congratulat
ing her as a heroine.
Ilnlldili the llasl Itlvcr Uriilge.
Tho caissons fur this bridge are essential
ly very lare rectangular bottomless bo.c:
with air-tight wooden sides, which were
sunk lo the resulted position on the river
bottom by niears of stone and concrete
built on to. Through each caisson verti
cal steel cylinders or shafta were carried
up almve the surface of the water, and ter
minated in small chambers called air-loc ks.
each having ono outside door and one door
Into the shaft, both air-tight. After the
caisson was sunk powertul engines forced
the air Into the caisson until it expelled all
the water, then men entered the air-lock,
closjed the outer door, and opened the shaft
door, descended to the caisson. Kmerglng.
they entered the air-lock and first closed
the shaft door, afbrr whhli tho outer door
of the lock could be opened wlthuilt per
mitting the air in the caisson to escape,
lioth doors of an air-Io-k were never opened
simultaneously. Similarly materials could
be passed in and out of the caissons through
other lucks and shafts with qutck-openins
The 73.C9-foot I.rooklyn north caisson Is
fifty-three fvet high, with double walls and
roof of solid 12xKMnch planed timber,
strongly bolted together, and sheathed with
heavy plank. Tl.u Joints between the tim
bers are thoroughly caulked with oakum
and pitch, and the vertical outside corners
are bound with heavy iron plates. The
space, seven feet high, below the deck or
roof, is called the working-chamber, and 13
traversed by several solid bulkhead walls
of heavy timber. All of tho caissons were
partly built on shore and launched like
ships. One of them weighing tog tons
was towed to iioslllon, and a heavy wall
of piles was hullt pirtly around it to pro
tect it from tile violent tidal current, and
the sides wero extended up lo tho required
height. It was then lllled with concrete
above the roof of the woiking-charaber and
inside walls, which, as they gradually sank,
were further extended by sections of
water-tight timber cofferdams that wero
becureu to tho caisson by Iron loops and
j& Ps5k S?t M Ffk
mmwfa Ml mSi 1 1
3't k r-a rja kt wtj - i.t a
IWII) IIICUINS and tiIO..'!IA WAT.Ii HON 'n the Most T jeh.agofaUof the
'-eii: incu'.l i'l.iys 1 1 tie" Sru 'i
Sunday Mjtlnen Next Hani e , si I'EUHA. '"i ;cc.al Fa r Ween Mat'n-e Thcrdaj:
- ' i . .
And Balance of Weak Matinees Weil, and Sat,
By arrangement with the Ainustin Daly sstats, an elaborate proluclton o) the Va-t-
nl.ir Musical Comely,
r t fl RES, 4?S El 9 0 D
hltii MUlLTOaia vMliiv in hie cast.
"Better aad Brighter Than Everc"
MvXT SI VDAV Channcrr Olcott.
League Park QhampionsliiD Series.
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW.
St. Louis vs. Fitfsburg,
T'Vi!a s Ka.mf stnrt.n 3 p. m.
W.-fkd.o tames 3:5 p. m.
r'ur-iij.: Tuwwlay, cdnewlay, Thur.iay and
OLYMPIC Hexl Sunday.
r. c wiiiTNcr and nnwiK knowi.es s
r.eerv.-J Stats on Palo Thursday
GEWTURY feext Sunday.
In th I'eaatlful I'lay,
fles-rved iieatn on ale Thurril.'iy.
8,88. St. Louis Fair,
Refreshment Booths at Pair
Grounds will be sold at
10 a. tn. Tuesday. Sept. 2S. 1900.
SS,00 a Week.
cosro v alios, wom oli vc s i Knar.
V71L.UA.U T. JIOLMKS. IL J. PlEKNEITIi
ESTABLISHED IN IIO.
Missouri Mate mutual Fire ani Flarlne
OfHca N. II Cheauiut tot-, at. t.uia. Mo.
Tel Hell Main KJI. Tel. IClaloch A ICU.
Follclaa Ai W'rlttaa oa Ettc.r ijiuck or Mutual
J. E. C. Iiesa. Auxurua Ne5i!rhut.
V l. Walker, Hurry C HaaritlcK.
Ja. W'. Uell. M. K. 0:thela.
Jia. K. Kalraa. -vvm. y. liomea.
War.tetj A casfl of tad health
that n-I-l'-A-X-S will not ten
eflt. One el lea relief. No mat
ter xrliat'a the raatt-r, on- will
do yiu Koud. A cur may la
rult if (ItTectlons are fellow-.a
Tliey b.rUh pain. Induce sleep.
proien? uie. -. in at an ti-n
sl'.rf -. ten for !ie cent-. Tla
rore it fcft the S-nulne. Ten ei-nr! and
tliuurand tt2inunl .Is will t" m-lllet! to nnv a;l.
Crer. r r five cent" lorwarflea t" th- Hie.l.3
CHiailCAL CO.. 10 Spruce bt.. New Yoik.
v.-edi;i:s in such a manner thnt after tho
vork vvns comiileted a diver could ,- down
ciitfide mid easily detiich them, and a'lovv
tho timber to tlout tiff and hy recovered.
Srnn.ill .f II..cl.lc.
Aiipareritly this is to l.e a seas-on of
hiickles. Thi y are Fteadily Rrowln";
larKer and more pomitar and ar. much
more he.-iullful. from an artis-tlc point of
view, than ever heforc. Antique designs
are first favorites. particularly tho
Ki-yptlan in dill metal and op.-io.ut
Ftoni-K. This fad for tho odd and the
antique etund ihrouph all the field .f
Jtv.ciry and the demand is br!ii2imr
Eomo worls that, is vvuuderfully beautiful
laRR rhains are still popular, hut they
are hunK with oild pendant ail
charms. Turejuoise matris is much tis-d
in this kind of Jewelry, and an opao.ua
stono of malachite grcon Is alro a favor
ite. Fresh water pearls In their Irregu
lar shapes lend themselves readily to
odd and original dcsl".ris. and make par
ticularly attractive pendants or drops
on cuiiously wrought chains of Rotd.
llcii.otTHt l'laa . Their C.n.ftitlK...
The Democratic County Krec-utlve Com
mittee met In Kd'.vardsvllle yesterday
aft- rnoon to map out plans for the cm
p.ilmi. Those pioeiit were: Clinlrnvin
Jtidm; William II Kroino of Edward-ivl'le,
fleorKO t Si hoettia of Colllnsville, I-'. V.
Kuhnen of IliKhland, W. '. Ia-iei-ry. J. S.
Cliat-i; of Venice, il 1". Cramer of Alton,
and J. C. Campbell of Upper Alton.
TO-DAY AT 2.
WEDNESDAY, fiVc.re ifi
SATURDAY, 'uSEAlS, t.utl
i.jihi im i lainw awa
UW SQi PillE
BILL FOR TO-DAY:
J inn P. Rirrom. ' Ton Iin 1 Ci
Jdo liarnttcr t ft., I'rirl jDilrio,
Ioa E. tairii. Brri-U!ttrj Trl
ailibia k llitt. .I.s-l Kill Triri.
SattltX-lirAi.il, le4DlLs art.
lViIliain latlf. iffor Irci,
Frirt I Mi UillliriT, Tie Kisolraie.
for the Week tteInnlix To'Vorrnw,
.Hon., Sept. 14. to inn. .VifAf,
Sept. JO. Inclusive:
Vaudeville's M.-Ht Talented "omevl'anq
In GtrK il t ")hins tunnlept Farce.
M 'nc? to IJu:r." Nw Specialties br
George M. and JepL?ne CuhJ.n.
yorke s mm,
In Tlielr Mor Su x.ful Character De
lineation. 'Just Two ridn Jews."
Mr mof ha x"-.iui (.Tiaract
.it Ion. '"Just Tvio riiin Jew
oputar Irish Oin.Luuin and
The Popular Irish Cun.euuin and Mono-
ZHNO, CilBL 5 ZSNO,
S'neAtlcnal Aerial (vmnts Tlio Human
rrecntlns a. Musical Milltarv Sketch.
Th-. Independent Colored Cadets."
FALKE & SEftiQN,
iriRa-Class Instrumentalifts an3 Ctoia
CISWELL & SBNOLD,
TT.ei Acrcta'ic GLI and tN Clowa.
?mz El mm,
ITt.centric OmiJ an lth Tlieir Funny
Th W'nrld'a Orettent Kldo and Pltol
Cerer itnglnj; an& ranc!nfj' Sout.rttei.
MANLEY & ROSE,
Cstertalnlni; Ccmedy Fltetch. Artists.
In a Jfew Jurglltiff Pr-el!ry.
Celtic Wit. Vocalist and Dancer.
S5e 25c 30g
Orchestra Chmln rflp
tRenenet Six liny sAheti). vVU
:sa r& (Monday),
Evenings 8:15. Mats. Wed. Sat. at 2
l"ornierlv of the I.y um. rr.w D. 1 ' Ta'ate .
c ttfc. pre -n.n r th- t!:re mct u ts-iuI
i ini-Ju- uf the.r r'?t r.l--ei In New Y rk.
MONDAY, Tl i:s"AY. VVI.IJNK.-KAY NIOIHV,
W KDNriSHAY HATINHK.
the mmmzs qf jane,
iiy iii:ni'Y a'ithci: joniw.
Till Its'DAY NK.11T.
rv John ni.ivKi: iionnis nir n:tio
ritlDAV. SJAlUltKAY NltiHTS. cATlllDAY
WHEELS WITHW W.HEELS,
r.Y 1:. r tAUTOX.
Oric:nnI fcTy, cotum.s, t-ai iirn efffcts an.l
r ICZS, 25c to SJ.SO.
Tim COMPANY .l.d.n Jia . n. t'lurl's Wfelcot.
WiUtim Ctiilrt-iiav. Y, m. I. Ciwen. .Inmein I.ri
Kiiney, Job Klndlay, I'blaii cunr..csli..m. 11 .-'.
l..iir. William Uville Atbert IKwron. Fr-1
-. f.rtavne. tl Ida itini;. Kllxabeth Tjree. llrs.
V.jlrfl. llhi '.a Cam. n-n. i:t l Hernii k. rva
tr e ilorpin, AU?ai t5(tiperth, lertrude Hen
rli ue'. Illanclie Ke'leher, Mrs. Hart Ja kton.
La Vincent and JUnnle I)on.
Next Attraction "QUO VADIA"
fi. b. SELKIRK & GO.,
AUCTION and STORAGE
HrzuTar ret every Samrliy nt wj-re-hous.
l'OS-l-MS OnvutMU ave. Pal la rs!diire
recialty. Main office. 2C4 ;;. suth it. ri.o-i
Admlnistratfir's !-! Pergonal rroperty.
l'nl-'ir r..ii--" is; h'tfl'V ctv-n i',a? h- nier--itn
.1. Ht.nih ! ratur f t -t ! c i m r.
i" itv. 1....i-.! iA.ll (," 1IXIAV tfKITEll
i i: i. "- it i m ..". .. k v f ii r
k i th hi,jh'f btJ.Ur. MN.n t i-'- ini-
' -' K yfr-t urt;it- .ill rul MncuUr
! l lit.:nit ?i,ril,I jri-Ti'l j.-t j. '- tv w
l re-. . jri-. 1-. tiall att.f st nr .in i ! . k ,
i !- 'Mil-, l.-k lHl bc''. .i'THIl TWt
' f ker. tli-n I-I-is ai.-l l-r.t k-: . ; r-
i -T.i.J-: dir; wi-fcMetnl. 1- iie-t 1 . lif
'':'' '! amnti' k. iv n..'r. he: nc
. p-.W-tnt; mU !r-. !tIiat,. ..t ' t
' r..,i tuM- Jinins-r.H 11 b;ii.- t-.v.. f ' 'inj
I !-. l-i. t nrtain ic.i- r.ttm iv ! tin, ;.! nt?
r-r tj' i ii'-r. WMi-r If ,iitj -"i ;j it.itr
l 4ii- h ,i Hcis:l- 1--M mil r ,. t. P-tUt.
: . ltitr, .niiT tu -:,! "f Win 1 fa
f 1 V-VSI:.K.T:K . Ail .mtrs,
REGULAR SATURDAY SALE
At ur Irnrr: retT -cAttJrilT Tnorn!rc 1
ICzyy o'eloolc. In tbe- weekly a!e w dtpoe eZ
Immr quantities f Kurnttur. Carpets. Storsa
and ct'-er mlweiianeotis p-xs and article. Ou
location Is central and the attendance of tuyrj
A. A. SELKIRK fc CO.
The Lurcttiv Illglicsl llraile
Aeaij.nry fn- .-uag la-lee riciriasaut, St. toula
l c iej. si.n'1 fer a l,r..ste.-Jus.
I f?VVVMCnP W"timi school fer
a.l.U liICIVI. Kt n,d ynuac; Iddt.a.
eilleinmg dy. en s'uluiiian- I-cat jn healthful.
H 'ir.e tare ." . r .mf rt Own gard?r Jersey
it ia Htst in-tm t.-n Tr ic m ierate. Al-di-ess
VJ'.IXIil'VI. nt" WILLOW Itc'SU H "
kk "CO tliQE" OF LW,
renlury building, !-'t L.uls. I'.iy and nlht
frchuol. Call r sen I f'tr earalegur.
WIIJ.JA3I J l'Ol'Kl.N?. President.
lrr .ir n fr all 1k an 1 !eii tills
' ! Sjiec ii ipstru- ti n ?v!i in ;i.l branci
an 1 . l a c fu.J- a-. - jr d
r'i.Nu.M AHNor.n. a. m.
2 TVa.Bhini;toTi t e
"stTfOUIS" LSW SCHOOL,
i.n ii!'1!:tsht c-f ffisniAfiiiiv niiEiisiir.
rCft lerni fffn Srp:.irt-r .;
Kntran t Uxmln -ti- St-r r- mttr f:
"iw -rs t r. .
2'cr Ca-taJnuf and lnf"n: tlin appl t
W TKTIS. I Man-
Wilt cr.n S.-pt-inh-r n. ti the vnverVatozitiin,
T l Olive Ft ji. Us T-f , nK Pt a 21tanv will
let con'-jeJ to And tr,n Vi . Kor (urthr
rartlculars a.Wr i -" C-lcar Ofile hours
a. m to 1 r, m. a't t efitn.ttcr 1.
DAT AMJ UO.MIIIIM; SCIKlOl. FOR
Certlfleatu admlta to ist Eat-rn eolleitea,
Ailvantaire in mut; and mcfem larguax-n.
Orn- s,tt. 3). Fer catalogue ailartis Mlu
l.'arlhi Ii. Jtathem. I'riccliut. Kit Wasblnetoa
A Department cf iVa5hlngtoi L'rIer5itr.
A ttorc jgbly cra-led w hoc 1 for R.rl. with
rrlnrjiry, Intermcii-ate arJ ncHtlemic lrartn.ent.'.
ItJplI of " ye-iT of pt- and upward receive.
toltege pr-raratkn a specialty. iraIuares a
irl ted to !lel-y. smith arA Va-ar n er
tlR.aie. Kntranre wanl. ttiC9 tn beptember 23
and 20. Scbccl cpn1 SeptetnTr 37
U. II. SEAR.. rrlnrlpaL
rrpare tf-yj Xr cIee or FClenilfi. fchrol cf
anv university, or for tulnos. Trlnary depart
ment, rer-ently reoryanlz-il,, reoelvK bovs SEVKN1
YEARS Oia or nlder. New lupi:a claislfled Sep
tember i'4. T and -S. tchool Iegln Soplember
r Write for catalogue or prlnrtpal any
rr.crolnc, S ta 10 nelick. Academy office Nlns
tcentu an-1 Wafhlnpton av.
ra.Rics i ecrcn. rrincipat.
Beaumcni Hospital Medical
College, Si, Louis.
G1e a thorousn eours of instruction, with
superior clinical olvant;u?rs. four coirsea of lec
tures reiuireii of !1 xcpt the SKNIOIC CtaSH
f t cunlng: fresiun. Students who have at
leTiilr.l TWO nmUU tDL'K-fta nf UXTURES
.ill b aUmltUd 10 thN j nn.ler prescriNt-l
con-lltton.t and bn ellxiMi to Rraduatfon. 5(
slon opens frcpt. 1SL Catalog uo oa application.
A Business Education and the Place to gel It
Commercial College, Shorthand and Tele'
firaph School, 3C9 N. Broadway. iiHfi itntnti
lor all prafttrkl bii punail. ftmf rrppH batl
! he.Bv. bank. rcCrot and ttlttr?h nifice wt
XTv!rtti4nal rora with rc.tar.Ta w.kkrT-. itnnraph
r. tlrtrffpa operftton aairlrt-la. Tnaitions pnjimrvt
Ui Giadatei. J. c. 1IOIIMKK, Vrmaft
l?Ol IVnnliinstnn Air., m. laOtiin.
TIIK COMCGE. Marshall S. .Snow. A.M., IVan.
TJ1K SCHOOU OP KNOIXKUIING. lMmund A
Kncler, I'h. IX, I)ean.
Xrxt term npeni Hi-rternber ".
Entran-'o ETxamlnitlont. September 23 and X
.'ataliufs and information furnished on ap
plication. Benton College of Law.
'. II. Cor. Franklin nnd Grand ATea.,
5T. LOt'IS, MO.
EVEHIrfS SESSIONS ONLY "stiJixtorii.
Three jeara' etiurae Iraalnt: to urglea e J.l B
On jrera rourrn leadlEK to degree of LU H.
tud-nt may have day employment ana attenii
nlcht lecturer. Diploma admtta to tha bar ef
Mliuri. Next e.on bti:lr. fept'mbar 10. le.
Kor catalogue, rail WJ fommertlal lulMlnc. or
acdtcss Geo. L. CcrlU. Dean.
Pi. lui. Pept. lS.lJ-m.
Headquarter Dcnioeratie .'unuies-lanal Trnin.it-
lir, IZletesth ConETesslooal Dlttriet of tl-
Jla?a meetings ar lierery ealliil for the v.iriua
vanls In said ill-triet. to be hr.U n Mi-'iday.
.flitember SI. 1W0. at tli hnur or S oVlnck p.
in., for the purpos" of rleetint; le.leirte to a
eor.l entlen to nominftte a Imocxatte. eAiidlilalo
Jor Cfnaera for raid Kle-nth i-oncrrsslenal t'ls
trli-t. to b hell on Tursdny, H.pt r.. !). at II
o'rloek n. m., at Nottl. Si. I.-ul Turner lull.
attiiRteil nt -l-wenttth and Kallslmry atreeta.
lJ-li'ncratie voter- ra" tl.e various wanln .nail
meet at th" fellnnrlrK placea. And the foltOTrlnc
memters ef the conitr.ittee have ben deslRnateit
ly th sancomir.iu to call aa.1.1 meetings to
order. In their respscUv. wards, and to puli-
1-iieh ward In H iittriet ahall te entitled to
th-fdlonlnB number of di-lerate-:
rirt Ward. It delecat.-a. pl.c- of me-tlnn. 2M-1
VYarn avenue: eemmitteeman. Mat llannon.
Second Warl. 1 delegates; plaoe of nieetlnr.
Ilraadway and Benton; commltt.inaii. John I.
"Third Wart. II dclcates; riMn of nwjtin. WO
Cas avenue: committeeman. (.. VV. Alrlnc.
Hftcer.th Wrar.I. 2 .lelORates: place of meetlnc.
St IV Hall. U'T Uid-llc; committeeman. James l.
'Mxte.nth Ward. 1 deleeate-; place of metlns-.
l-ii. I.lalr av-nue. contmltteeman. J. Itoaeli.
Seventeenth Ward. W delecates: plain of mt
InBrT Ml Nortl. Tvfer.ty-fift!i streit. commlttee
luah T. AlorriHon. . , ,
MKhteenth Ward. T !eleitatea: p!ac of me-t-Inir.
IBS WrUht street; rammltt.nun, IJ. !
"Nineteenth Ward. S delegatea; place of meet
inc. ys Uremen avenue; committeeman. Jonn
1 Twintietl. Ward. 11 delesate.: plaeo of mi.
Inc. ZM Vas avenue; committeeman. I mt a.
3,Twernty-ftrt Wanl. In di-leiates: place of mt
Init. Sprtnit menue and Cu-.taEe; .-ommltteeman.
JTn'enty-Mth" Ward. 5 deleiratcs; place of meet
inc. SI North Sarah atreet; committeeman,
Ionanl Thornhlll ..... . . ,,- .
Twfnty-lh Ward. IJ ilelerates: ntaee. ot
m-etinK. Ht Eaaton avenue: committeeman. J.
1 Tnty-eienth Ward. M delecate?: plae. of
meetlnir. laSS North Kuctil avenue; coramitte
man. Jl. J. Caey , , . .
Txventy-etehtn Wanl. T .ljl at: place J
m-etlr.K. Taylor avenue and Delnur avenue,
committeeman. T. II. 'J r.nMlS
JOHN T. sov. -JIATT
JOHN J IIANBi.
JOHN r uriiMNi
Ommlttee on CM1I-
Postal Telegraph Gable Go.
Main OCIee, I.aele.lo BalliHaa-,
FOURTH AND OLIVE STREETS.
40tM)I)O Mile. Wire, 3,000 OfOeea.
Vie iroulil lie pleaae.l tn handleyeaf
Trlt-Kraiua. Trr n. Telepboae Mat
ST. LOUIS PROVIDENT
17SO X. THIKTKK.VTII ST.
Oontlnue to arve an apprecUtlna; public Willi
tlrrt-elui hand work, uttnc no chsmlcala an!
havins lately adopted Domca4Io anlah. rut.